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Game Change

Overview


Genre :

Drama

Release Date :

March 10, 2012 (TV Premiere)

Director :

Jay Roach

Starring :

Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, Woody Harrelson, Sarah Paulson, Peter MacNicol, Justin Gaston, Melissa Farman, Alex Hyde-White, Brian Howe, Larry Sullivan, Brittany Underwood, Ron Livingston

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Go! Watch this movie. You'll regret if not seeing it.    Readers  Be the 1st!

“..you'll think you're watching an old episode of Deadwood..”
by David Hiltbrand [Philadelphia Inquirer]
“..which is fun to watch, but after it's over, depressing to contemplate for what that attitude..”
by Ken Tucker [Entertainment Weekly]
“..we are witness to an electrifying and darkly entertaining parable of the perils of modern political celebrity..”
by Matt Roush [Seattle Times]
4 of 5

“..undoubtedly there are a lot of juicy detailed skipped that remain untold..”
by Kimberly Schure [Examiner]
Review rate : B+

“..the way the filmmakers seamlessly integrate actual footage from the campaign is also very impressive..”
by Chris Ferreira [The Herald News]
“..the movie is leftist propaganda, and Schure seems to have swallowed whole the plethora of lies that permeate the movie..”
by Michael J. Gaynor [WEBCommentary‎]
“..palin's most ardent supporters would like you to believe that the creators of HBO's "Game Change" are these kinds of people..”
by Tim Molloy [The Wrap]
Review rate : A

“..neither: A scene designed to humanize..”
by Verne Gay [Newsday‎]
“..much more fatalistic than hypercritical and certainly not derisive..”
by Mary McNamara [Los Angeles Times]
“..cringed at the one-sided portrait of the other side, but nor is it particularly insightful or three-dimensional in telling this very familiar, very divisive story..”
by Alan Sepinwall [HitFix]
“..beyond the campaign, the movie yields sobering observations about the legitimacy of cable news, modern political extremism and the shrillest voices influencing the Republican Party..”
by [Variety]

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